Toronto General Hospital Research Institute (TGHRI) is a leader in innovative biomedical research: its researchers discovered insulin, created the first cardiac pacemaker and developed new lung repair techniques, among many other novel approaches. TGHRI is the research arm of Toronto General Hospital and focuses on multidisciplinary research that reflects and supports the medical programs of the hospital. Research areas include cardiovascular disease, transplantation, regenerative medicine, diabetes, infectious diseases, autoimmunity disorders, psychosocial care and health systems. TGHRI research laboratories and facilities are primarily located at Toronto General Hospital, the Max Bell Research Centre and the MaRS Centre.
TGHRI researchers are grouped into the following Divisions based on their research program:
- Biomedical Research (formerly known as Advanced Diagnostics)
- Clinical Research (formerly known as Experimental Therapeutics)
- Health Services and Outcomes (formerly known as Support, Systems & Outcomes)
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